Rebecca is next to be out. Rudy starts running through Shay's hoop, and she yells that she loves it when true character shows. Rudy says that Shay shouldn't talk crap during challenges. What the heck is even happening here? There is random smack talking back and forth. Rudy explains to us that Shay misunderstood their hoop alliance. He's not about to take out Danny, who helped him get this far. Shay, however, isn't buying his excuses and asks what she's ever done to him. Liz yells that it's not personal -- it's a game. Shay wants Liz to stifle. Rudy says he wouldn't go for Shay until the end, and it's now the end. There are lots of accusations of having no character, and then things get ugly and emotional. Rudy says that instead of persevering, Shay tries to shoot someone else down. Shay screams that she's jumping through hoops at 393 pounds, which is in fact some kind of effing perseverance. This whole thing has that fighting parents vibe that makes me want to hide in my room and cry. Soon enough Shay's out. Rudy has, like, nothing on his hoop jumping counter. He wins immunity. I think Sami wants to hide in her room and cry, too. Sami notes that relationship strategy was at play, and Rudy says that it's clearly four against four. This is all bad news.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch we learn that Rebecca and Amanda have stolen two spin bikes from the gym and put them in Daniel and Shay's room. They have secret nightly room workouts, and hope that the oldsters think that they're sleepy and lazy. Shay thinks this is one of the best ideas they've ever had. I'm actually not so sure about that, but I guess we'll see.
The next day, Bob greets the contestants as they are putting nuts in Zip-Loc bags and tells them that Jillian's out for a little while. It's just Bob. The Losers announce that Rudy has won the challenge, and there's some allusion to the drama that occurred. Rudy says that things are good now, but Shay's expression says otherwise. Liz tells us that everyone is walking on eggshells. Bob tells the contestants that the circus challenge is appropriate, because he has a trapeze workout for them today. But first, product placement! LaraBars. You can throw them in your purse! Mmm, Cherry Pie. In the words of Liz, "Mmm, these are good!" Gah.
Swinging last chance workout! The contestants work the trapeze, which apparently can kick your ass. Bob tells Shay that she looks stressed, and that she has to relax. He adds that both he and Jillian believe that she needs to be there. Danny, meanwhile, can't even do push-ups because his hands are so sweaty. The others are in similar straits. By the end of the workout, Liz says, she was DONE. By the time it's over, Danny is face down on the floor in a pool of his own sweat. No one said being a Biggest Loser was pretty. And then, as if things weren't bad enough, the contestants come back to the gym and face Jillian. Double last chance workout! Danny tells us that they're dead. Shay drags Jillian across the gym by a resistance band. Allen jumps through a truck tire. Jillian berates Danny for spending too much time on a trampoline like a girl. There is lots of screaming throughout, which goes without saying. Rudy falls facedown on a treadmill. He seems to maintain all of his teeth. It's really the best he can hope for.